Hollingbourne Parish Council has today received notification of a revised planning application for development at Woodcut Farm at Junction 8 of the M20 which has been the site of previous planning applications which have been defeated over the last 25 years following protests by thousands of local residents, CPRE, Natural England, MBC, KCC, and Hollingbourne Parish Council. The closing date for comments is 8th November 2017. Two public inquiries including the long running KIG one have reported cost Kent Council tax-payers some £3 million.
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Our Reference 17/502331/OUT
18 October 2017
Dear Sir or Madam
Application No: 17/502331/OUT
Location: Land At Woodcut Farm Ashford Road Hollingbourne Kent ME17 1XH
Proposal: Outline application for a mixed commercial development comprising B1(a), B1(b), B1(c) and B8 units, with a maximum floor space of 45,295 square metres (Access being sought) (Resubmission of 15/503288/OUT)
We have received revised details concerning this application.
Agent Letter received 12/10/17.
Amended drawing 007 Rev D, received 12/10/17.
ES Addendum Vol 1 NTS, ES Addendum Vol 2, ES Addendum Vol 3 A00, ES Addendum Vol 3 A02, ES Addendum Vol 3 A07 (x2), ES Addendum Vol 3 A09 (x2), ES Addendum Vol
3 A10, ES Addendum Vol 3 A11 (x2), ES Addendum Vol 3 A12 (x2), ES Addendum Vol 3 A13, all received 12/10/17.
You may view the application online at http://pa.midkent.gov.uk/online-applications or by
Maidstone Gateway, King Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 6JQ (ME15 6AW when using a Sat
If you would like to make any comments on this application, you should make these in writing or email to email@example.com by 8 November 2017 Please quote the reference number in all correspondence.
Please note that we make written comments available for public inspection and publish them on the internet.
If you are the tenant of this property, please forward this letter to the owner as soon as possible.
Pictured below is a view of the site from the A20/Ashford Road going toward Bearsted.